'Dundee' is a parody of climbers' obsession with having the right gear

The movie doesn't exist, but the 3-minute trailer makes a clear point about taking our love of sports a little less seriously sometimes.
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In this parody film trailer, two climbers discover an unassuming gear hack for getting to the top of their project. A group of friends in Washington spent a weekend creating "Dundee," a funny reminder to "take the sports we love a little less seriously," producer Freya Fennwood says.

"I knew with the right crew we could create something special around the concept of Croc climbing," she said. "I love rock climbing but sometimes things can be taken a little too seriously, especially in rock climbing film."

To collaborate with her team, email freya@fennwoodphotography.com.

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